National Signing Day predictions for the Top 25 uncommitted recruits

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815. . OT. Sooners . Tristan Leigh. 3. player

  • High School: Robinson Secondary (Fairfax, VA)
  • Composite Rankings: No. 11, No. 4 OT

The top uncommitted offensive lineman remaining in the 2021 recruiting class is the nation’s fourth-ranked tackle, Tristan Leigh. The 6-foot-5, 270-pound tackle possesses one of the highest upsides of any offensive line recruit.

His athletic background and raw ability have caused him to become one of the nation’s top recruits along the offensive line. He still has a way to fill out as an offensive lineman with a large frame, but that should come quickly once he’s at a top-tier facility. He’s a two-sport athlete that also plays basketball and likely contributes to his ability to move fluidly.

It’s tough to predict right now where Leigh might end up as there is a mix of schools that still have a great chance at landing the tackle.

Oklahoma, LSU and Florida are right there. Leigh has made multiple visits to Norman and has spent time with Sooners quarterback commit Caleb Williams. It would make sense for a quarterback to get close to his future bookend.

The tackle seems to be leaning in one direction while keeping his options open as his decision draws near.  Leigh won’t be announcing his decision on early National Signing Day, but he will make his commitment and announce where he intends to sign his letter of intent on Jan. 2.

Prediction: Oklahoma